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Should math teachers encourage "productive struggle"?

Math Education SmartBrief | Jul 19, 2016

"Productive struggle" is a buzzword in education circles, but how to use it in the classroom may not be entirely clear, math teacher Michelle Russell writes in this blog post. She reflects on the concept -- the positives and potential pitfalls of "productive struggle" -- in the math classroom. MiddleWeb (07/18)


Study: Some online algebra students may earn lower test scores

Math Education SmartBrief | Jul 21, 2016

Report: 4 takeaways for improving teacher training

Math Education SmartBrief | Jul 21, 2016

Can lack of confidence in math harm girls' career goals?

Math Education SmartBrief | Jul 18, 2016

Superintendent shares digital-learning strategies

Math Education SmartBrief | Jul 20, 2016

"Pokemon Go" raises concerns about children's safety, nonprofit says

Math Education SmartBrief | Jul 20, 2016

Math camp helps students, teachers learn skills

Math Education SmartBrief | Jul 20, 2016

What would high school be like without textbooks, homework?

Math Education SmartBrief | Jul 18, 2016

Educator: Consider standards-based visual instructional tools

Math Education SmartBrief | Jul 19, 2016

How to turn trash into science-lesson treasure

Math Education SmartBrief | Jul 18, 2016


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